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    L4NTUS's Avatar Junior Member
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    Teir.1.Whats.The.Point.of.Fast.Travel?

    Tier 1 . What is the point of fast travelling to a mission , say a Medic truck and when you get there its tuned into a Gas truck ... I`m using fast travel to get to a mission that's constantly changing ???? But I do like the Tier 1 add on , like with The Division it will only get better ... Thanks ...
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    tier 1

    Tier 1 is good but you don't have time to reload, change weapons or react when getting shot.. you die far too easy but the enemy take a lot of damage before they die..very unbalanced starting to get frustrated with what was a very good game..
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    Tier 1

    Whats the point of fast travel.. Maybe cos you cant use the helicopters as the sams kill you and the heli.. Useless no point of the helicopters..UBISOFT SORT these game isssues.. The division and wildlabds the only games I play are becoming a waste of time..
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    Originally Posted by L4NTUS Go to original post
    What is the point of fast travelling to a mission , say a Medic truck and when you get there its tuned into a Gas truck ... I`m using fast travel to get to a mission that's constantly changing ????
    This has always been the case, at least in my experience, it's not new to tier 1 mode. Also, it only happens in solo, not in co-op (unless everyone fast travels at the exact same time).
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    Just Helpful!

    Yeah! It's just something helpful if you don't bother ride,walk,run or fly for a while...personally I prefer drive
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    In some ways, I get what T1 mode is going for. It's the reality of being a problem in a foreign country, where everybody knows your name. - You think, you're just an armed tourist; fact, is everyone is watching your every move.

    Yeah, in gaming terms it's a bit over-the-top. Bullet soaks that never miss a shot, and every shots a stun-hit to the head, from full mags, with Uzi's.

    You don't feel like you're fighting people, or even exceptionally brutal killers. You feel like you're fighting a computer program that ignores all the rules. It's like gambling at a casino where every deck is stacked in favour of the house.

    However, in amongst the chaos, there is a point where it gets real. If you survive the initial 'burst assault' (which is a huge glitchfest) then it gets properly visceral. Believe me, you're not going to walk away from some sicko that opens up at you with an Uzi, from within 30'. However, you'd have to be pretty off-wirld to get caught with your pants down like that.

    It'd be better if Ubisoft, took the approach that battles 'intensify' rather than capitalise on 'surprise' elements. There's nothing simulated/tactical about having the whole country open-up on you in an instant!

    FC2 initially had the same problem. That's how they fixed it.
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